Into the Water by Paula Hawkins Jules Abbott, the heroine of bestseller Hawkins’s twisty second psychological thriller, vowed never to return to the sleepy English town of Beckford after an incident when she was a teenager drove a wedge between her and her older sister, Nel. But now Nel, a writer and photographer, is the [...]
The Horse Dancer: A Novel by Jojo Moyes Successful London attorney Natasha is finally moving forward after her marriage to Mac fell apart. Her career is taking off, her relationship with her boyfriend Conor is stable, if bland, and she has her big, beautiful house all to herself. Then Mac moves back in, and he [...]
Old School: Life in the Sane Lane by Bill O'Reilly You have probably heard the term Old School, but what you might not know is that there is a concentrated effort to tear that school down. It’s a values thing. The anti–Old School forces believe the traditional way of looking at life is oppressive. Not [...]
If you have used books, movies, music CD's, and games, please donate them to library for the upcoming annual Friends of the Library Book Sale at the end of April! No textbooks or encyclopedias please! If you have any questions please contact the library at 908-852-4936!
Due to the weather cleanup, the library will be closed 3/15. We will reopen normal hours Thursday 3/16/17
Be sure to check out our March calendar to see what Children and Adult programs will be in the library this month! We have a special Healthy Eating Storytime session on March 15th! On the adult side, Ian Gallagher will be performing live Irish music on March 10th, and Centenary Archivist, Colleen Bain will be [...]
The Lost Eleven: The Forgotten Story of Black American Soldiers Brutally Massacred in World War II by Denise George Their story was almost forgotten by history. Now known as the Wereth Eleven, these brave African-American soldiers left their homes to join the Allied effort on the front lines of WWII. As members of the 333rd [...]
The Prisoner (John Wells Series #11) by Alex Berenson Edgar-winner Berenson’s 11th John Wells novel (after 2016’s The Wolves) reinforces his status as one of today’s steadiest practitioners of quality spy fiction. The aging but always-ready Wells comes out of a short-lived retirement in North Conway, N.H., where he lives with his two-year-old daughter, to [...]
In observance of President's Day, the library will be closed Monday, February 20, 2017. We will reopen Tuesday February 21, 2017 at 9am.